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Cats don't see detail very well.  To them, their master may appear hazy when standing in front of them.
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Most kittens are born head first, but some may be reversed.  Kittens are born one at a time, on an average about a half hour apart.
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'Tortoiseshell' and 'calico' describe a coat colouring of browns and black found almost exclusively in female cats.  They are often called 'torties' for short.
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More than fifty percent of dog and cat owners give their pets a human name, such as Molly, Sam or Max.
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A cat will spend 30% of its life grooming itself.
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Cats are among the sleepiest of all mammals.  They spend 16 hours of each day sleeping.  That means a seven-year old cat has only been awake for two years of its life.

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Cats are more active during the evening hours.
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Female cats are 'superfecund' (super-fertile), which means that each of the kittens in its litter can have a different father.
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In the hours after she has given birth, a female cat will often accept the young of other species, like chicks or puppies, for mothering.
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A cat sees about six times better than a human at night because of the tapetum, a special layer of reflecting cells in their eyes that absorb the light.
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